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Advanced Simulation in Undergraduate Pilot Training: Automatic Instructional System
Final rept. Mar 71-Jan 75,
SINGER CO BINGHAMTON NY SIMULATION PRODUCTS DIV
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The report describes the automated instructional system designed for the ASUPT simulator. Each hardware and software element is described with emphasis given in areas which presented significant design problems such as manual page preparation, data recording, and preprogramming. The ASUPT system included requirements for capabilities related to performing research in training technology. In order to accomplish this, AFHRL established the need for the most sophisticated repertoire of instructional features ever included in a flight training system. The features covered in this category are designed to enhance the training effectiveness of the device, or more precisely, provide research capability in this area. The systems are designed to implement the concepts of learning theory. These include such concepts as performance feedback, knowledge of results, positive reinforcement, etc. This report describes the resulting system in an overall manner and discusses certain areas in more detail due to the unique design problem presented.
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